Your job interview ends when the company has selected a candidate, making the process last much longer than the simple afternoon when you speak to an employer. To keep your interview fresh and positive, it’s best to follow up with a thank you letter that reminds the employer why you’re a great fit for their […]
Job seekers know that in order to be considered for an open position, they need to have a résumé and cover letter ready to go. Unfortunately, that coveted position is only going to be given to one applicant, so what more can you do to set yourself apart from everyone else? If you really want […]
Knees weak, arms are heavy, filled with nerves? Read these tips to ace that interview and land your dream job!
Mike Harrison, Mid-Missouri regional director for the Better Business Bureau (BBB) in Columbia, Mo. recently took to the airwaves to warn job seekers of scams on LinkedIn. His office has received several complaints of fraudsters setting up bogus LinkedIn profiles to present themselves as recruiters.
Karyn Glubis used a creative resume to get hired. And it only costed 5 bucks! In this episode of How I Got My Job well get the scoop on how she got the job and get her advice for other job seekers….
A few days before Jessica would join our team, I scheduled a Skype chat. I wanted to prepare her, in greater detail than…
First-time manager and have no idea what you’re doing? Don’t sweat it. Here’s a beginner’s guide to being a top-notch manager.
Did you know that there are more than 100,000 job boards out there? This means that there are jobs being posted online on job boards you are unaware of. Fortunately for you, Google indexes a lot (if not all) of them. Yet, how does one search all of those job boards? Well, I might have […]
Here is another story of how one job seeker got her job. This ones comes from Kari Morlock who currently works at Vascasa Rentals as a PR Coordinator. She actually gives us a peek into her many jobs.
The decision to leave your current position for a new one can definitely be difficult. If you’ve worked at the same job for a long time — or are getting back into the job market after an absence — you may need to brush up on any training or certifications that have lapsed. Depending on […]
Driven by the younger generation and the ubiquity of Facebook, many job sites are now letting candidates use their Facebook account to do a variety of things in the recruitment process…
Recent college graduates inthe United States face a more challenging job market, causingthem to remain unemployed or take lower paying jobs than their counterparts.
Thumbzz.com helps give college students a few extra dollars and workplace experience, by way of what it has dubbed microjobs.